Wonder Woman International Trailer: Russian Language, Brighter Palette
Here’s a Wonder Woman International Trailer. No, it’s not in English. Yes, it still rocks. Oddly and welcomingly, it seems to have a brighter color palette.
For those of you anxiously anticipating the next round of Wonder Woman trailers, I have some good news, and I have some bad news. The good news is that we have a brand new international trailer for you to enjoy, complete with a tweaked color scheme and a tighter sense of rhythm for the fight sequences. The bad news? It’s all footage you’ve seen before… and it’s in Russian.
The international trailer posted above comes to us courtesy of ComicBook.com (via Heroic Hollywood) and serves primarily as repacked footage from the Comic-Con International trailer, but that doesn’t mean it’s not worth viewing. First, with a much more compact running time of 1:30, this trailer brings the action to the forefront and does a better job showing off Gal Gadot’s chops as an action star. This is likely aided by the fact that they are not bouncing between different action scenes as much.
The trailer also hints at an evolving color scheme for the upcoming movie. If you do what I did — open both trailers to a similar scene and toggle quickly between the two tabs — you can see that Warner Bros. has made a very subtle but noticeable change to the brightness of the film. It’d be foolish to say that this was done as a direct response to fans’ complaints about the look of the DC Cinematic Universe, of course, but Warner Bros. does seem determined to give Wonder Woman a brighter and more colorful palette than the Superman movies that preceded it.